States With the Highest and Lowest Sales Tax

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26. Utah
> Combined sales tax rate: 6.9%
> State sales tax rate: 6.0%
> Avg. local sales tax: 1.0%
> Cost of living: 2.7% less than the national average (23rd highest)
> Personal income per capita: $45,457 (11th lowest)

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27. North Dakota
> Combined sales tax rate: 6.9%
> State sales tax rate: 5.0%
> Avg. local sales tax: 1.8%
> Cost of living: 8.5% less than the national average (18th lowest)
> Personal income per capita: $54,735 (17th highest)

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28. Nebraska
> Combined sales tax rate: 6.9%
> State sales tax rate: 5.5%
> Avg. local sales tax: 1.4%
> Cost of living: 9.5% less than the national average (16th lowest)
> Personal income per capita: $52,000 (20th highest)

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29. Iowa
> Combined sales tax rate: 6.8%
> State sales tax rate: 6.0%
> Avg. local sales tax: 0.8%
> Cost of living: 9.8% less than the national average (11th lowest)
> Personal income per capita: $48,743 (23rd lowest)

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30. New Jersey
> Combined sales tax rate: 6.6%
> State sales tax rate: 6.6%
> Avg. local sales tax: 0.0%
> Cost of living: 13.2% greater than the national average (4th highest)
> Personal income per capita: $66,956 (4th highest)

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